When we spoke on Nov. 29, I suggested you invest in Boeing as a play on the boom in Asian air travel.
Ordinarily, I would not come right back so quickly and tell you to take a look at another aerospace stock. But that's exactly what I'm doing today.
And for a very good reason. See, just last week, NASA made another historic landing on the surface of Mars.
After a journey that took seven months and covered 301 million miles, the NASA InSight lander touched down and got right to work by beaming down a picture of the red planet.
That photograph is only the beginning. The robotic craft will spend the next two years gathering and transmitting important data back to Earth.
Doing so will reap insight about the geography and history of Mars. It will help scientists better understand the planet's long-term climate and why water no longer exists on the surface there.
It's fascinating work. But there's more happening here than simply compiling and analyzing enormous swaths of planetary data. Much more.
That's why today, I want to let you know about the big-cap aerospace leader that played a pivotal role in InSight's successful landing. And why this firm is poised for long-term appreciation...